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PAPERS OF (KATHERINE) ELEANOR SALTZMAN

SERIES 3: WRITINGS
SUBSERIES A: NOVELS, SHORT STORIES, AND ESSAYS

MsC 689

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Box Contents List

Series I: Writings

Subseries A: Novels, Short Stories, and Essays

"Acquiring Money Sense"

"An Affair of State"

"An American Pauses in February." Household Magazine, February 1942, p. 9. Publication copy only. In oversized folder

"And Jack-o-Lanterns, Too"

"Are You Thankful, Tommy?"

"As of Fire." Prairie Schooner, Fall 1939, pp. 172 -- 176

"At Our House"

"At the Turn of Years"

"The Baby Learns Toileting"

"A Baby's Routine" See also oversized box for published version, Michigan Farmer, January 10, 1942, p. 10

"Bass for Lohengrin"

"Birthday Party"

"Boy in the Ravine." Yankee, June 1941, pp. 13 -- 15

"Can Parents Learn?" Review of Reviews, January 1937, pp. 26 -- 28. Publication copy only

"A Case of Cheating." The Nation's Schools, Vol.20:No.5 (November 1937), pp. 23 -- 24. With Carlson, Harold S., who is the primary author. Publication copy only

Carpthorne

Earliest draft. Uncorrected carbon copy. 4 folders

Earliest draft. Corrected carbon copy. 2 folders

Revised pages

Latest draft, retyped with corrections. 2 folders

Correspondence

"Charles Helps Plow Corn"

"A Child in a New Year." Michigan Farmer, December 23, 1939, p. 8

"Child Incorrigible." Character in Everyday Life, January 1938, pp. 9 --15. Publication copy only

"Children in the Kitchen"

"Chronicle"

"Colloquy with Carolyn." Frontier and Midland, Vol.17:no.1 (Autumn), pp. 23 -- 32

"The Conscripted"

"Contemporary American Short Story"

"A Corner of His Own." Wallace's Farmer and Iowa Homestead, April 20, 1940, p. 23

"Conferences and Headlines." The Social Frontier, January 1938, pp. 124 --125. Publication copy only

"Credo For the Teacher of a Young Child." American Childhood, October 1938, p. 55. Publication copy only

"Daddy Doesn't Drink Milk"

"The Dark Lover"

"Dear Somebody"

"Does Radio Harm Our Children?" The Rotarian, November 1938, pp. 11 -- 12, 59 -- 60. Incomplete. Publication copy only

"Early Training For Baby." Wallace's Farmer and Iowa Homestead, January 13, 1940, p. 29. Publication copy only

"East Branch and Beyond." Bulletin of the State University of Iowa, Child Welfare Pamphlets Narrative Supplements, Story C, July 13, 1935. Publication copy only

"Elder Brother." The Midland, September-October 1932, pp. 131 -- 136

Ever Tomorrow

Printer's typescript -- with corrections and revisions [3 folders]

Correspondence, 1933 -- 1938

"False Health Notions." Hygeia, January 1942, pp. 32 -- 34, 59. Incomplete. Written with George A. Walker, who is listed as primary author. Publication copy only

"Family Council"

"Farmer's Son"

"Father of the Girl"

"The Fathers Have Eaten." Bulletin of the State University of Iowa, Child Welfare Pamphlets Narrative Supplements, Story A, June 29, 1935. Publication copy only

"A Few Cents Coming In"

"First Night, Last Night." Reprinted in Mott, Frank Luther, ed., Good Stories, Macmillan, 1936, pp. 57 -- 64

"The First of March"

"Five Sixteen"

"For Chris, For Christmas"

"For Dad From Junior"

"A Garden Apiece." Michigan Farmer, April 27, 1940, p. 10

"Half a Life"

"Hands"

"Happy Birthday." The Moderator, (n.d.), pp. 16 -- 18. Publication copy only

"Hillside in the Sun"

"Hired Hand." Bulletin of the State University of Iowa, Child Welfare Pamphlets Narrative Supplements, Story D, July 20, 1935. Publication copy only

"His Own School"

"Home is the Catalpa." Prairie Schooner, Summer 1943, pp. 71 -- 76. Publication copy only

"How Musical Are We?"

"I See You, Helene"

"I Wonder." Bulletin of the State University of Iowa, Child Welfare Pamphlets Narrative Supplements, Story B, July 6, 1935. Publication copy only

"I'm An Incorrigible." The Writer, Vol.49:No.8 (August), pp. 248 -- 250. Publication copy only

"I'm Hungry, Mother." The Country Guide and Nor'west Farmer, January 1940, p. 35

"In Memoriam." American Prefaces, Vol.4:No.4, January 1939, pp. 58 -- 59. Publication copy only. In oversized folder

"In Plays They Operate"

"In the Heart of a Child." National Parent-Teacher, June 1941, pp. 35 -- 36. This is comprised of two short stories by Saltzman, "In Faith Petitioning" and "The Orange Butterfly Pocket"

Incomplete fragment with drawing

"Inscription for a Portrait"

"The Iowa of Yesterday." Radio talk

Box 2

"Johnny Says 'No'"

"Junior's Grandfather Died"

"The Kiss." The Cornhill Magazine, February 1939, pp. 212 -- 220. Proof copy and publication copy

Learning to Be Good Parents. Boston: Manthorne & Burack, Inc., 1937. Publication copy only

"Let's Take a Vacation"

"Letter to My Husband"

"Leonard the Lion"

"Little Philip Duckling"

"Little Pink Fox Lost"

"Lillie"

"I Made First Team"

"Man Alone"

"Man of the House." The Frontier and Midland, November 1933, pp. 14 -- 16. Publication copy only

"The Man Who Lost August 24"

Many Mansions. Edited by Saltzman?

"Middle Harvest." Household Magazine, April 1936, pp. 7, 54 -- 55, 57. Publication copy only. In oversized folder

"Money Sense"

"Mother Catherine's Children"

"Mother, Say Please"

"The Mourners." Bulletin of the State University of Iowa, Child Welfare Pamphlets Narrative Supplement, Story E, July 27, 1935. Publication copy only

"A Needle Some Goods"

"Now That School is Out"

"Of Course I Treat My Child as a Person." The American Home, July 1938, pp. 26, 51 -- 54. Publication copy only. In oversized folder

"One Morning Early." American Prefaces, Vol. 1:No.8 (May 1936), pp. 115 -- 117. Publication copy only. In oversized folder

"Or Leave a Kiss"

"The Parable of the Possessions"

"Parents Incorporated." Hygeia, May 1939, pp. 396 -- 399, 466 -- 467. Publication copy only

"Parents Must Pull Together"

"Pastoral." American Prefaces, Vol. 3:No. 1 (October 1937), pp. 12 -- 14

"Path Alone to the River"

"People Are Kind"

"Peter Beyond the Pine Tree"

Plots for stories

"The Popular Periodical." Parent Education, Vol.III:No.6 (May 1937), pp. 18 -- 19, 50. Publication copy only

"Preface to Courage." Baby Talk, June 1941, pp. 7, 22 -- 24

"Professors and Other People." This was given as an address to the Phi Beta Kappa Society, Alpha Chapter of Iowa on May 20th, 1936. There are some other items from this event in this folder.

"A Quarter to Mow the Lawn"

"The Rainstorm"

"The Realism of Euripides"

"The Remembered"

"Resolution for a Parent"

"Santa Claus Night"

"School is Hard Work"

"School Promotion for Junior"

"Shall We Buy Some School Clothes?"

"Some Hens Are Mothers"

"Somebody to Play With." Wallace's Farmer and Iowa Homestead, November 18, 1939, p. 16

"Somep'm For Mame." Hawk Wings, Vol. VII:No.1 (November 1929), pp. 5 -- 10

"Something for Betty's Christmas"

"Sonata in D Minor"

"The Spinster Aunt"

"Stranger Within the Gates." Bulletin of the State University of Iowa. Child Welfare Pamphlets Narrative Supplement, Story H, January 2, 1937

Stuart's Hill

Typescripts

1st draft -- with revisions

2nd draft -- with revisions

2nd draft -- carbon

3rd draft -- with revisions

3rd draft -- carbon

4th draft -- with revisions

5th draft -- carbon

Correspondence, 1937 -- 1945

Newspapers clippings, 1945

Notes

"Theme With Variations." American Prefaces, Vol.2:No.1 (October 1936), pp. 10 -- 11. Publication copy only. In oversized folder

"Three Moments." National Parent-Teacher, April 1940, pp. 14 -- 17. This is comprised of three short short stories, "The Baby," "Four Matches," and "A Child Afraid." Publication copy only

"Time For Music Lessons." Wallace's Farmer and Iowa Homestead, May, 18, 1940, p. 22. Publication copy only

"Time to Help With the Chores." The Country Guide, August 1942. Publication copy only

"To Love, Honor, and Cherish"

"The Too-Big House"

"Tragedy in Circles"

"Tree of Life." Prairie Schooner, Vol.IV:No.3 (Summer 1930), pp. 147 -- 152. Publication copy only

Untitled. 4 folders

"Veiled Sky." Prairie Schooner, Vol.XII:No.1 (Spring 1938), pp. 30 -- 35. Publication copy only

"We Lived on a Farm"

"Wedding Night"

"The Well is Dry"

"What is Your Community Doing For Its Children?" Hygeia, March 1939, pp. 238 -- 240, 284. Publication copy only

"Where Did I Come From?"

"While Mother Works in the Garden"

"Willett Cumming's' Girl"

"Within These Bonds." Household Magazine, October 1939, pp. 6, 13. Publication copy only. In oversized folder

"The Youngest Starts to School"

"Your 'Teener Goes Out." Wallaces' Farmer and Homestead, January 27, 1940, p. 18

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